Tips And Tricks For Cleaning Bathrooms

The bathroom is the home environment and the kitchen, which requires a more assiduous and careful cleaning. In the bathroom, you can create problems related to limestone or the proliferation of dirt and germs, but there can also be problems related to mold; for this, you will have to give it great daily care. Here goes.

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How to clean the bathroom: the tub

Bathtub and shower trays are usually made of synthetic material, porcelain or fiberglass; each material will require different cleaning methods. If the material is synthetic, it will be periodically rubbed with a metal product that will allow restoring the surface to its best. If, on the other hand, the bathtub is made of enamel or porcelain, it must be gently rubbed, to avoid damaging it, with a specific product for cleaning the bathroom. The fiberglass sanitary ware can also be cleaned with normal liquid dish soap or, in general, a detergent that is not too aggressive.

Removing limescale from the shower glass

In the absence of specific products, the limescale can be eliminated from the shower glass using white vinegar. Dilute it slightly in water and use a spray mist to spray the mixture onto the surfaces to be cleaned. Leave it on for at least half an hour before rinsing thoroughly.

Tips And Tricks For Cleaning Bathrooms
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How to clean the shower curtain

If the classic spots of mold, halos, and dirt have formed in the folds of the curtain, it's time to intervene. The curtain must be removed from its support and left to soak in water and bleach for a few minutes, then it will be cleaned with a sponge and rinsed thoroughly. Water and fabric softener, on the other hand, are very useful for removing soap residues.

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How to clean bathroom sinks and faucets by removing stains

The signs of rust can be removed with a product descaling for water. To remove watermarks from synthetic or enamel surfaces, use a specific product for the bathroom (descaler) or, in more difficult cases, wipe the surfaces with an abrasive cream. The chrome taps can be cleaned with half a lemon until the encrustation is eliminated, the golden taps can be cleaned with toothpaste or a little creamy detergent. 

Adapted and translated by The Cop Cart Staff

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